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Don't they know after 9/11 that airplanes don't leave wreckage when they crash?

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Sep 19, 2023Liked by Monica Hughes PhD

Hang on...let me ask the Chinese balloon.....🎈

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It was really quite simple, when the pilot ejected he put the jet on auto-pilot and did not disengage the 'stealth' feature. Where it went and what it did after that is Twilight Zone material.

And don't let them fool you with the report of wreckage found and attributed to the missing jet fighter bomber. It is long gone, probably interdimesionally.

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Finders, keepers. 🤷‍♀️

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Sep 19, 2023Liked by Monica Hughes PhD

Maybe it was a transformer😉

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This is funny, but they have used the "wisdom of crowds" to find lost and sunken boats before, when no experts could.

We can harness this wisdom of crowds. We need to make new systems that make the old ones obsolete - or in this case plug into their old systems and fix them with decentralization and transparency. Understanding this takes a little effort and it starts by using Human Swarm Intelligence to harness the Wisdom of the Crowd. For short, it is called "swarming." Scientists and medical fields looking to form decentralized systems need to be part of this. Start your journey here and stay tuned:

https://joshketry.substack.com/p/human-swarm-intelligence-the-most

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I like the Craigslist one best. Only thing missing is F-35 on a milk carton. Guessing even memers have standards

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I’m sure it was climate change… 🤨

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Muh gubernint

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"You are too incompetent to own an AR-15, though." What do you mean ? Kyle Rittenhouse had a weapon like that, illegally, as he was a resident of IL and 17 years old, one year too young to buy a weapon there. A friend's father therefore procured it for him in the state of WI. Kyle killed two people and seriously wounded a third one in Kenosha, WI, yet there were no consequences for him. He was accused but acquitted, as he stated he only wanted to help and even brought a box of Band-Aids to the melee.

Furthermore, the Air Force is not "missing a plane". They could not find the debris after the F-35 crashed in a rural area with lots of trees (forming canopies). Be happy that the debris did not kill or maim people. That is what worries me the most - military flights that get in trouble, the pilot ejects, and the plane flies on to crash wherever. It can hit an apartment building, a school, a business, a house. A $$90Million plane, with a failing transponder (only one ?) and no options to locate it electronically.

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